Washington punts in Afghanistan
No intervention or dissident group can control the freewheeling revolution.
Why an Israeli attack is risky–and might not even eliminate Iran’s nuclear facilities.
From bribery to bigamy, war’s corruption infects the Army’s top echelons.
Regional powers aren’t immune to blowback and other consequences of intervention either.
Eric Posner gives intellectual cover to the unitary executive
Iran and Syria move to the frontburner
Should America promise to fight a war later if Netanyahu refrains from attacking Iran now?
The Israeli defense minister misrepresents U.S. intelligence to bolster the case for war.
New sanctions on the Islamic Republic stack the deck for war.
Romney’s international fundraisers aren’t just about expats.
A new book exaggerates Israel’s Iran ops.
Lie detectors won’t stop top-secret leaks, but they add to Uncle Sam’s aura of omniscience.
Europe’s turmoil spurs a resurgence of leftist terrorist groups
Do the president and CIA care more about body counts than accuracy or the law when unleashing aerial assassinations?
“Enhanced interrogation” has critics even within the Agency — but you wouldn’t know that from Jose Rodriguez’s new book.
A New York Times story on March 19 reported that there might be …
Israel is tightening the noose around Iran. The Israeli government has signed …
Americans should be concerned about what is happening in Syria, if only …